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Constructs for Modality, ca. 1300-1550
(Canadian Association of University Schools of Music Journal, 1978)
Glenda del E Live Recording
(GdelE Productions, 2008)
This repertoire represents a continuous tradition of Cuban Piano Music dating from the nineteenth century. It has its origins in England, Spain, France, while its rhythm and syncopated style derive from Africa.
Decrease in roughness between ~600 and ~500 cents
Accompanies Figure 4 of 'Clarity, Impurity, and Discant Structure in Mesopotamian Music,' to which it linked.
Melodic and textual types in French monophonic song, ca. 1500
([New York: s.n.], 1978)
Several monophonic songs in French survive from the period 1480-1520. These songs appear in about twenty manuscript and printed sources of the time. Most of these sources can be assigned fairly precise dates. The songs ...
Letter-name transnotations of the Hurrian pieces
Small and Large Intervals Produced by Pélog Sarons of Central Java
Explanatory accompaniment to Small and Large Intervals Produced by Pélog Sarons of Central Java.xlsx